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Sinusoidal japh

by imp (Priest)
on Aug 26, 2006 at 17:52 UTC ( #569822=obfuscated: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

My first obfu:
print join('',@$_),"\n" for map{@$_->[0]}map{[[map{ @$a=(@$a,1);int sin($_*0.1)*8==$b-8?[j,a,p,h] ->[$#$a%4]:' '}@$_],$b++]}([1..80])x16;
                                          phjaphjaph                            
                                       hja          ja                          
                                      p               ph                        
                                    ja                  j                       
                                   h                     a                      
                                 ap                       ph                    
                                j                           j                   
j                             ph                             aph                
 a                          ja                                  j               
  p                        h                                     a              
   hj                     p                                       ph            
     a                  ja                                          j           
      ph              ph                                             ap         
        ja          ja                                                 hj       
          phjaphjaph                                                     aphjaph

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Re: Sinusoidal japh - Fishy version
by imp (Priest) on Aug 27, 2006 at 15:05 UTC
    print join('',@$_),"\n" for map{@$_->[0]}map{[[map{@$a=(@$a ,1);abs int sin($_*0.1)*6==abs($b-6)?[j,a,p,h]->[$#$a%4]:' ' }@$_],$b++,]}([1..44])x12;
    I'll post a spoiler soon, ran out of time yesterday
Re: Sinusoidal japh - Spoiler
by imp (Priest) on Aug 27, 2006 at 17:48 UTC
Re: Sinusoidal japh
by liverpole (Monsignor) on Aug 27, 2006 at 19:07 UTC
    ++imp on a nice theme for a first Japh!

    A little formatting of the script, and your presentation could even hint at the output:

    print+ join $ x,@$_, $/for map{@ $_->[0 ]}map {[[map {push@ $a,1; int 8 *sin $_ *.1== $b-8? (j,a,p ,h)[@ $a%4] :$"}+ @$_], $b++] }([1.. 80])x16;

    By the way, it occurred to me that changing "==" to "<=" will integrate the sine wave:

    hjaphjaphj + japhjaphjaphjap + hjaphjaphjaphjaphj + aphjaphjaphjaphjaphja + japhjaphjaphjaphjaphjap + phjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphj + aphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphja + a hjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphj + ap aphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphja + aph japhjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjap + aphja hjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphj + aphjap aphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphja + aphjaphj hjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjap + aphjaphjap aphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjap + aphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjaphjap +

    s''(q.S:$/9=(T1';s;(..)(..);$..=substr+crypt($1,$2),2,3;eg;print$..$/
      Good idea on the formatting. It adds a lot to the presentation.

      Here's the beta version of the the fish variant:

      print join('', @$_) ,"\n" for map {@$_ -> [0] }map {[[map{@$a =( @$a,$c=abs int sin( $_* 0.1)* 6>=abs($b -6));$c?[J,A,P,H]-> [$#$a%4] :' '}@$_],$b++,]} ([1..44])x12;

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